The Warm Heart of Africa
‘The fool wanders, a wise man travels.’
You’ll find ‘charm’ in Malawi – staying in the old colonial forest lodges and enjoying the peaceful nature this country exudes. As you enjoy the solitude and abundance of wildlife in this unique eden; you’ll appreciate flora and fauna, such as the Roan Antelope of the Nyika National Park, and the Mulanje Cedar of the Mulanje Biosphere Reserve, which are rarely found elsewhere. Nyika plateau has a bloom of orchids, second to none, during January and February each year. Lake Malawi is a haven of warmth, color and life – from the fishing villages to the colorful cichlid fish found in this lake. There is something for everyone to enjoy in Malawi. Those wanting a big game safari, are best to combine Malawi with Zambia, ending in South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. Malawi holds unique and interesting species, rather than reserves holding the traditional big 5, you will find hippo and elephant in good number in Liwonde National Park, and leopard in Nyika. The people of Malawi are one of the greatest assets of this country, indeed the reason behind why Malawi became the warm heart of Africa.